QuickBooks Training for Ad Specialty Distributors On Demand
Harriet Gatter, founder of Accounting Support LLC, Charlotte, N.C., recently announced reduced pricing of QuickBooks Training On Demand, video instruction specifically for ad specialty distributors and bookkeepers to use QuickBooks correctly—and to its full capacity.
QuickBooks is the predominant accounting software for small businesses, which makes it easier for business owners to hire bookkeepers and CPAs, and to more easily present your financials to investors, lenders or potential buyers. QuickBooks is being used by businesses of all types, and it has many features that can be selected and de-selected depending on the industry. For the ad specialty distributor, there is a version that is best suited depending on your sales volume and it will need to be appropriately pre-set. With the correct version, properly set-up, then easy and accurate accounting and order management is a matter of correct keystrokes in the correct order as orders progress.
Gatter was an ad specialty distributor for 23 years, running the business by herself and doing her own accounting, using QuickBooks. She knows well the intricacies of order management and the complexities of accounting in the ad specialty business. Having also taught accounting, she is a unique mix of subject matter expertise in accounting and experience in ad specialty distribution.
QuickBooks Training On Demand is a series of brief video tutorials that show the correct order of data input and the actual keystrokes needed to efficiently manage an order from beginning to end. “When QuickBooks is used correctly—and in the correct order—the full power of the QuickBooks software is captured, errors are minimized, time is saved and you can be 100 percent confident in your numbers,” Gatter said.
The tutorials can be accessed at www.accountingsupportllc.com for terms of three months (for $295) or six months (for $395). The access terms are limited so the tutorials can be updated as needed, and outdated versions will be kept out of circulation. Drawing on her own small business experience, Gatter said, “As a small business owner, I always preferred a fixed term and price rather than an ongoing subscription, which I might easily forget to turn off.”
For more information, visit www.accountingsupportllc.com.
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